Thoughts about art, writing and research
Artist - a-n The Artists Information Company
Notes, sketches and works in progress
I’m proud to be presenting my PhD research at the GAS 2019 conference in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. This blog will share some of the related events and highlights of the conference. It will also take in galleries and museums in the area.
An upcoming solo show exploring humanity’s ongoing fascination with myths – from ancient Greek legends to modern superheroes and ‘fake news’. Opening July 6 at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Reflecting/Documenting the ideas from my last commission by Chinese Arts Now as part of the CAN Festival 2019
Yes I am an artist and a Chartered Electronics Engineer -where is that category?
Getting ready for an open studios event in a new studio in a building newly converted into studios.
A collaborative project with Greg Stobbs
A space for documenting mentorship activity supported by a-n Artist Bursary 2018.
31 October 2017 – March 2019
‘I am an Art Builder’,
I am one of many Art Builders who will be working on The Big Build in Dreamland in Margate Kent: Engaging over 2000 children in extraordinary art project involving eight East Kent Schools.
Dyfodiaith – Future language
Tafod Dadweirlled – Metamorphosing tongue
This research period will help develop a narrative, which imagines speaking to an unknown future; it will be developed into a new script that will serve as the basis of a new sound work.
How can machine learning re-imagine seemingly fixed conceptions of individual and collective identity?
Imagining Merkel and May taking part in the Eurovision song contest! Inspired by Dada poetry, Euro(re)vision explores the relationships between artificial intelligence, politics and pop culture.
A week-long residency in New York with choreographer Kristopher Pourzal exploring movement, Queerness, resistance & Race as a context to heal through movement.
Is that where we are headed?
A blog documenting my experiences studying an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England, Bristol.
Art by Lynne Forrester: Blog: 30 Paintings in 30 Days – introducing the complete Winter Skies series
Everyday I visit a field behind my house. It sounds pretty dull I know. I began my encounter with this field in pretty much the expected manner, trudging along it, ticking off the daily task of walking the dog. It’s just a field but I’m sort of getting obsessed.
You dont need to keep popping pills – Science has finally PROVEN that group drumming is an alternative.
Art criticism in the 21st century
Marina Abramovic augmented reality (AR) and performance.
Research trip to investigate artist-led activity in New York City.
How can music and active percussion enable children to learn effectively?
Art by Lynne Forrester: Blog – 30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day Thirty – ‘Frothy Giggles’